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    Fruit tingles helped me!

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    Pickles (gherkins/pickled cucumbers). I'm obsessed with them! The vinegar helps settle your stomach. I actually read a while ago that having a spoonful of vinegar helps, but I'd rather eat the pickles...friggin' delicious right now!

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    Golden circle pine orange juice in the cardboard popper boxes. The ones that are like 5% fruit juice, 95% sugar! They made me feel so much better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Pickles (gherkins/pickled cucumbers). I'm obsessed with them! The vinegar helps settle your stomach. I actually read a while ago that having a spoonful of vinegar helps, but I'd rather eat the pickles...friggin' delicious right now!
    Mmmm pickles....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gracie's Mum View Post
    Mmmm pickles....
    I'm out of control right now, last night that was all I wanted for dinner!

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    Mmm, I love pickles

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    Haven't read all posts but the pregnancy multivitamins made me feel soooooo sick. In the end I took a normal multivit plus an iron/folate. Making sure the two folates together weren't too much.
    ETA: I had ms for 5m. Nausea weeks 5-12 vomiting started after that. I ended up on ondansetron which was like magic. !
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    I only have the nausea too, maxalon really does help when i need to get things done or get some sleep. otherwise i just keep trying to eat and it seems to help. Lollies help too

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    Lemonade icy poles!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Lemonade icy poles!!!!
    Yes! I lived off of hydralyte icy poles for a while.


 

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